question about the binders for all your interests

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Re: question about the binders for all your interests

Postby k8k8 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 5:49 pm

I'm curious about more details about how people use binders:

Where do you put stuff to file in your binders before you file it?
- are you disciplined and punch and file it right away?
- do you use an inbox tray?
- Do you use an individual tray for each binder?
- Do you shove stuff in the front of the binder unpunched?

Do you use fancy decorated binders or plain ones?

Do you punch holes or you use sheet protectors?
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Re: question about the binders for all your interests

Postby SquarePeg » Mon Nov 26, 2018 5:53 pm

Sorry for the late response....

I've stopped maintaining my Scanner Daybook binder. Besides, it was more digital than physical.

But I found an over-the-door pocket filing system on Amazon that folks here might find useful. I have mine hung on the back of a door near the entrance. The idea is that we dump mail into it. The bottom pocket is for all incoming mail. Then the higher pockets are used to sort it out into either upcoming bills, documents to file, or items of interest such as newsletters, periodicals or even coupons.

It seems like it might be a good temporary spot for binder items.
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Re: question about the binders for all your interests

Postby k8k8 » Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:31 am

i think ive seen those. an idea i didn't have before, thank you
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